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nevada mountains. >> reporter: in the mountains of california's gold country, this season, a different kind of boom. >> the amount of snow pack determines how much water we're going to have next summer. >> reporter: the sierra nevada snow pack sits at 134% of normal. early snowstorms have dumped half a typical winter's snowfall in just two weeks. >> that's a huge turnaround from last year. >> reporter: the change in just 12 months is dramatic. last year on this day in squaw valley. this year. but chris field and his team who won a nobel prize for their work on climate change warn snow is melting faster than ever before. >> we have been seeing earlier snow melt, and we have been seeing this in a consistent way, and it's something we expect to continue as the climate warms. >> reporter: for now, reservoirs are filling fast, a lifeline for the nation's largest agriculture-producing state, which uses 75% of its water for irrigation. the owpack here in the california sierras should help ease a drought that's crippled this area. but while there's plenty of powder here, there is troubling sig
these last 60 years is to tempt travelers off interstate 80 in the utah-nevada border, with this tiny gash of high desert, casino commerce and leave lighter in the wallet. knowing precious little about the stories wendover love to tell about the racers that come here to break speed records at the nearby bonneville flats, and the plane that took off for hiroshima. but there's also the story they whispered to each other up and down the little strip, the one that shocked them all, that puzzles them still about the terrible night when three families lost their teenage children. about the dark mysteries spawned under the pointing grin of wendover will. ♪ >> it was a thursday afternoon. a windy, late winter day in the high desert, here at the local high school, star runner micaela costanzo cleaned up after track practice. mickey, as everyone called her, intended to walk home. wasn't far, about a mile. her usual ride, her sister christina was out of town. >> before we had left, me and/or my husband would always pick micaela up from school, and so we were, like, are you sure you're going to have
heading out to nevada. las vegas specifically to unveil his immigration plan. not many specifics in that it's not a bill, per se. he didn't endorse the senate plan, bipartisan plan rolled out yesterday but he did lay out markers. the biggest difference in what he talked about today and what the senators talked about yesterday, the pathway to citizenship would be faster. senator rubio talked about the pitfalls potentially of republicans like him for that. >> the last time this country dealt with illegal immigration, what it did is legalized 3 million people but did nothing about enforcement. the result is now we have 11 million people. at its peak 12 million people undocumented. we can't repeat this mistake now. >> bret: so what about all of this? where do we stand in the panel, tucker carlson of the dailycaller.com. a.b. stoddard associate editor of the hill. syndicated columnist, charles krauthammer. rubio went on rush limbaugh and the president made his pitch. all sides are coming to one important. what about the president's pitch out and in nevada? did it help or hurt? >> i th
to nevada at this hour. a state that has come to symbolize the power and importance of the growing latino vote. the president is expected to lay out his own vision for immigration reform and show his public support for the bipartisan senate plan that was announced only yesterday. >> joining me now for our daily fix chris cali sfwl sxwl a, managing editor of post politics.com, and susan page, washington bureau chief for usa today. chris, what we are told is contrary to some reports that there is not a great deal of distance between what the president is going to say tow today and what the senate announced, at least as far as it goes, if the senate were to collapse, the senate plan were to collapse, then he might come out with perhaps a more liberal plan, but he is pretty much in sync on the advice of the congressional hispanic caucus to stay in line with what they're doing on the hill? >> that's incredibly meaningful because what that means is that it's not two tracks that this is running on. it's one track. this senate proposal -- again, there are a fair number of specifics in the senate
people in nevada to get approved. in that moment alan said, i felt the fear vanish. i felt accepted. so today alan's in a second year at the college of southern nevada. alan's studying to become a doctor. he hopes to join the air force. he's working hard every single day to build a better life for himself and his family. and all he wants is the opportunity to do his part to build a better america. so in the coming weeks, as the idea of reform becomes more real, and the debate becomes more heated and there are folk who is are trying to pull this thing apart, remember alan. and all those who share the same hopes and the same dreams. remember that this is not just a debate about policy. it's about people. it's about men and women. and young people. who want nothing more than the chance to earn their way in to the american story. and throughout our history, that's only made our nation stronger. and it's how we'll make sure that this century is the same as the last, an american century, welcoming of everybody who aspires to do something more. is willing to work hard to do it. is willing to p
's coming, yet again, from republicans. a las va gas casino worker, nevada rock san ruben pled guilty to voter fraud twice. so why vote at two different polling stations? she was trying to prove how easy it is to commit voter fraud. i guess her arrest means things didn't work out so well. nevada secretary of state says if ms. rubin is trying to demonstrate how easy it is to commit voter fraud, she clearly failed and proved just the opposite. hey, republicans, what happens in ve gurks as doesn't stay in vegas. the right-wing voter fraud is a complete bust. it's not even a nice try. but we still got you. blank blaeng rjs what pa difference four years makes. barack obama and hillary clinton were bitter rivals in the 2008 campaign. who would have predicted they've become allies. but after appointing clinton's secretary of state, there was a surprising twist to this story. they genuinely seemed to like each other. the evolution from power rivals to power duo was on full display last night in a first-ever joint interview with 60 minutes. >> despite our hard-fought primary, we had such agree
a speech on immigration reform in nevada. he took air force one all the way up to nevada and gave a speech and brought it back. i suppose every president did that before him, but these are tough economic times for american people. it doesn't set a good example. >> i don't have a problem with it. i think it would be fascinating reported weekly how much they spent running around the country. i think you want presidents to travel. i never object to a president who goes to camp david because i think frankly the job is so crushing. >> greta: i totally agree. >> and i like the president being out with the american people. any president, whoever it is, but i did think it was interesting today. this is real test of immigration. i believe we're going to be able to work our way toward some kind of common sense practical steps, many which i campaigned on a year ago. it will be interesting to see if obama deliberately steps in to try to stop it by raising the antoe. >> greta: why would he do that? he says he wants immigration reform. nobody is going to get everything they want. >> here is question. do
for immigration changes in the state of nevada as you were saying, jon. that is a state where latinos make up more than a quarter of the population. they went two to one for president obama last fall in the election. it is also a state where illegal immigrants make up 7.2% of the population. jon? jon: what is the response from republicans so far? >> reporter: well you have buy-in from some of them. they were part of that bipartisan senate group. there was john mccain of arizona, jeff flake of arizona, lindsey graham of south carolina, and marco rubio from florida. they have agreed to that framework so far. the top republican in the senate though is waiting. he would like more details from that group and from the president. senator mitch mcconnell says he hopes the president's speech today is not, quote, another divisive partisan speech. he says immigration changes should be, quote, on a bipartisan basis and include ideas from both sides of the aisle. you have house republicans such as texas congressman lamar smith, he said in a statement, quote, by granting amnesty the senate proposal actually com
was in today, nevada, there is a republican hispanic governor in the state, very popular, brian sandoval. you look at new mexico. republican hispanic governor, susannah martinez. part of the problem republicans have communicating to hispanics is the total utter toxicity of the republican brand, the washington, d.c. brand. but once you're able to break out of that d.c. brand, republicans are able to put an imprint that is appropriate for nevada or new mexico on the party. and you're finding success there. now, i don't think that the numbers that you talked about on those issues are permanent. republicans when we just finish the presidential election where we were doomed by comments like the 47%, we need to have a message that reaches out to every american, is about empowerment, is about climbing the socio-economic ladder, about revitalizing the american middle class that has been in decline. we have to talk about those things. we have to have plans that are grounded in reality to deal with the problems that american families are facing. conservatism is a governing policy that has served this c
reid does not want to fwe through tgo thr gyrations on gun policy because frankly he comes from nevada. harry reid has had a very high record from the nra, very high ranking from the nra. any of us who have been to nevada know that there is a very big gun culture there and the other surrounding states. frankly, the two senators from nevada and idaho where there is great gun culture have just as much votes as the two senators from california or from some other northeastern states. and i think it's important that the white house listen to some of these voices coming from some of the more rural areas like an idaho, like a nevada, because they vote, too. and we need to make them part of the debate. i've been very concerned to -- sorry. >> they'll clearly be listened to. that's not the point. the issue is how you build consensus for real gun -- >> have you seen folks from out west from the rural areas be part of the debates on the sunday shows? >> absolutely. ? i've seen a lot of urban mayor, but not the folks from the west. gr then you should listen up to what center joe manchin had to say
and the administration is immigration reform. president obama speaking in nevada yad said now's the time to fix the immigration system. warned if congress doesn't act he will. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: president obama told students at the predominantly hispanic high school in las vegas he's keeping his campaign promise to reform immigration. >> we need congress to act on a comprehensive approach that finally deals with the 11 million undocumented immigrants who are in the country right now. >> reporter: the president supports the plan that the so-called gang of eight unveiled monday. it would allow illegal immigrants to gain temporary legal status if they passed a criminal background check, paid a fine and back taxes and learned english. they can apply to become a citizen behind people who started the process legally. >> for the first time in many years, republicans and democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together. >> reporter: some gop house members have already said they don't support the senate proposal, but some of the biggest opposition
with a major speech tomorrow in las vegas, nevada. recent polling shows a majority of people are in favor of a plan allowing undocumented immigrants to become legal u.s. residents. >>> another big policy issue on the white house agenda this morning, gun control. the president and vice president biden are meeting with police chiefs from all over the country including aurora, colorado and newtown, connecticut. senator diane feinstein who introduced legislation that includes a ban on assault weapons acknowledged it will be a challenge getting it through congress. >> this has always been an uphill fight. this has never been easy. this is the hardest of the hard. now will it only be assault weapons? no, most likely. there will be a package put together. if assault weapons is leftage a of the judiciary, number two, i've been assured i'll be able to do it as an amendment on the floor which is the way i did it in 1993 so that doesn't particularly bother me. >>> in an interview with the new republic president obama said he has a profound respect for hunting traditions adding both sides need to und
reform. president obama speaking in nevada yad said now's the time. warned if congress doesn't act he will. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: president obama told students at the predominantly hispanic high school in las vegas he's keeping his campaign promise to reform immigration. >> we need congress to act on a comprehensive approach that finally deals with the 11 million undocumented immigrants who are in the country right now. >> reporter: the president supports the plan that the so-called gang of eight unveiled on monday. it would allow illegal immigrants to gain temporary legal status if they passed a background check, paid a fine, back taxes and learned english. >> for the first time in many years, republicans and democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together. >> reporter: some gop house members say they don't support the senate proposal, but some of the biggest opposition to immigration reform could come from outside the halls of congress. republican senator marco rubio went on conservative radio to drum up support from a skeptical rush limbaugh. >> if 70% of t
borrower in new york. number four, nevada. despite being in nonjudicial state more than 15 percent of mortgages are not current. number three, new jersey. another judicial state, facing a backlog of more than 60% of its mortgages. another nonjudicial state, mississippi, nearly 17% of mortgages are delinquent. the number one state with the biggest backlog of foreclosures is, you guessed it, florida. almost 1-and-5 mortgages and the sunshine state are delinquent. it takes an average of 858 days. it nearly two years. unbelievable. ironically, the state with the best record on foreclosures, north dakota with less than three and a half percent. judicial state. still to come, my "2 cents more" on another teacher fight. the dow is already up more than 2% for the first six trading days of 2013, but will it continue? one of the authors of the aftershock continues gives us his predictions coming up. ♪ gerri: i your investments ready for the next financial crisis? important tips for protecting your assets and making money will you do it. ♪ gerri: heads up, investors. the next financial co
delegation of nevada. your own mayor carolyn goodman. we also have the mayors that flew in because they know how important the issue we are going to talk about today is, rogers from aven dale, arizona. casime reed from atlanta, georgia. greg sam from phoenix, arizona. arch and ashley from fresno, california. and all of you are here as well as some of the top labor leaders in the country. we are grateful outstanding business leaders are here as well. of course we have wonderful students here. those of you who want have a seat. i love you back. last week i had the privilege of being sworn in for a second term as president of the united states. during my inaugural address i talked about how making progress on the defining challenges of our time doesn't require us to settle every mistake or ignore every difference we may have but it does require to find common ground and move forward in common purpose. some doe bates will -- debates e contentio contentious. the reason i came today is because of the challenges where the differences are dwindling where a broad concept is emerging. where a call for
of nevada was noncommit tall when he asked about the assault weapons ban intro dusd by his colleague dianne feinstein. any move to restrict gun ownership will be met with fierce opposition from the right. >> gun violence is not a disease. and lawful gun ownership is not a disease. it is a constitutionally protected individual right. >> gun laws here in the district of columbia are pretty strict but they're pushing for the committee to work with law enforcement so at the next hearing they can bring in some semiautomatic weapons. the point they want to make, they say, is these weapons in the hands of law-abiding citizens are perfectly same. charlie and norah? >> nancy, thanks. >>> he orange rally spoke with mark kelly and gabrielle giffor giffords about gun control. good morning. >> good morning. >> suppose you had something to do about guns. what would you do? >> several thing. background checks have expanded so that anybody who wants to buy a gun would have to go through that process. currently 40% of the guns bought in the united states are bought without background screening before hand.
it's his philosophy because he nevada told us what that was. >> i think he said some nice things at one point. >> when he spoke at the democratic national convention, former president bill clinton brought the house down. this was one of the great speeches, ever, i think. it made the case for reelecting president obama in a way the candidate himself never got able to do, even to the end. let's listen to big bill at his best. >> are we better off than we were when he talk office? then, listen to this. listen to this. everybody's forgotten. everybody's forgotten when president barack obama took office, the economy was in free fall, it had just shrunk nine full percent in gdp. we were losing 750,000 jobs a month. are we doing better than that today? the answer is yes. >> you know, i was thinking back to the fairy tale remark. the guy's showman ship with the gesticulation, the hands, the whole dinism the way he presents this case. >> earlier this year, i wrote oh, who needs conventions what are they for, anyway? they're for moments like that. i was on the floor at that moment. it was
the bipartisan plan. president obama is flying to nevada to push the issue there. there was a flash of the old straight talking john mccain today when he was asked why republicans are suddenly ready to compromise so much on immigration. >> one, as i have stated before elections, elections, the republican party is losing the support of our hispanic citizens. and we realize that there are many issues in which we think we are in agreement with our hispanic citizens. but this is a preeminent issue with those citizens. >> today's developments left one right-wing republican observer completely dumbfounded. >> if the democrats think their position on immigration, let's use that for example, is the right one, and if the democrats' position is what is getting all that support from hispanic voters, what i don't understand is why would the democrats want to give up some of those voters to the republicans? can somebody help me out here. >> i don't know, rush, sounds like you're beyond help, but i'll give it a try. what you are seeing is not a compromise on immigration. you are seeing republicans surrender
at the nevada seminar, he called the second amendment freedom's most valuable, most cherished idea. clearly, the rhetoric, the absolutist if not extremist rhetoric of the national rifle association seems to be catching up with them. >> krystal ball and frank smyth, thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >>> coming up, hillary clinton says she just can't see herself getting back into politics. but andrea mitchell can, which is why she asked hillary clinton if she would challenge joe biden in the democratic primary. you will see the answer to that question coming up. i gave birth to my daughter on may 18th, five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. before you begin an aspirin regimen. all stations come over to mithis is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative so
and brian sandoval in nevada. you have western states, growing states, you've got latino states. so i've got to say there is a political element. god bless her. it's good to pay attention to politics sometimes. arizona will be a blue state, and she is facing reality. she has a lot of uninsured employed people there. when we talk about this program, we're talking about the working poor, the working class who are working but cannot get insurance through their employer. latinos are more likely to be in that situation than a lot of others of us. and so she is seeing the truth. she is calling it a moral decision. and i'm happy for that. i think we'll see a few more governors before we're through. >> well, it's interesting. a favorite talking point by the republicans has been that government spending does not create jobs. and i think that jan brewer pretty much took care of that bullet point. what do you think? >> yeah, i was going to point that out. yes. she wants that $2 billion. it creates jobs. it's good for the state of arizona. she doesn't want it going somewhere else. they know that. they'r
. they put their factories, other states, texas had success in poaching california businesses. nevada is always poaching whatever from california it can, but frankly, you know, the economy here is so big, the corporate people who are located here like living in california they like the work force, they like the state university system, that you know, supplies you know, a class of workers that it's hard to find elsewhere in the country. and you know, it's hard for the silicon valley companies to stock their, you know, their businesses with the kind of trained engineers that are available to them in california. >> greta: well, there's a little bit of rub among many people because in the fiscal cliff bill there was tax benefits extended to hollywood which other parts of the country didn't get. >> yeah, hollywood has been very skilled at keeping its tax breaks both in california and with the u.s. congress and the other example you had a lot of of tax breaks up for discussion, there was a push to raise taxes, but hollywood kept its tax break and so did the wind companies. the companies tha
, nevada, all of those governors will be interesting to see how many of them are very vulnerable in 2014 or not. christie, obviously, is the 2013 -- not very null vulnerable. maine, very vulnerable. this could be where some of the action is here. democratic legislatures here. here are the places where there are democratic governors and a divided legislature. arkansas, missouri and montana. arkansas is sort of the lone holdout in the south where republicans have gotten everything. but they have super majorities in places like missouri and arkansas. so they have effectively -- they can override any veto of the democratic governor, whether it's tax rates, any of those things. so they have effective control on that front. let's look at this, the other places where there is divided government in iowa, the house and senate. the governor there, republican governor. new hampshire, oh, you've seen there, not surprising. washington state, a little surprising. since it's a state with democratic dominance, if you will. and kentucky, a little surprising, since it's a state with republican dominance.
heist. fox watch across america. nevada. officials say crooks made off with four dogs in the first break-in late monday night in las vegas. about 90 minutes later, thieves broke into a business a few miles down the road. they took several bearded dragon lizards and four exotic birds. some worth more than $2,000. ohio. an explosion tore apart a vacant home near toledo. sending one side much the house on to a neighbor's car. nobody hurt, officials investigating the cause. south carolina, the world's first successful combat submarine. the confederate h.l. hunley. uss -- during the civil war. scientists say they found remnants of the torpedo still attached to the delivery pole. that could mean the sub was only some 20 feet from the union ship when the torpedo exploded. possibly damaging the sub or knocking out its crew. new jersey, more than 300 hawthorne high students hit the gym to pop 8,000 square feet of bubble wrap in two minutes. the event set a new guinness world record and raised money for the survivors of the connecticut school shooting. all part of the annual bubble wrap appreciati
that what & what lies ahead. >> you were with the president when he we want to nevada this week, spoke on immigration. there does seem to be despite all the obstacles a sense of possibility now that we have a bipartisan coalition in the senate. what is your percent peck having been with the president on air force one. >> i think that there's obviously this grand movement now and this collaboration on a bipartisan level, to that helps to set the environment, i think, but there's still a lot of work to do. the president admits that as we get closer to a resolution or an actual law, that it's going to be tougher. there will be a lot of sack feeses made there. we still need the public to be engaged, and that's why he went out directly to las vegas where the support was overwhelming for him, for many progressives who were thinking about immigration reform, and i think it was a good way of telling the latino community and all the other immigrant groups that right now are faced with problems and immigration because it's a broken system, that, hey, we're going to get this done. we're going to
. >> good morning. >> so the president coming out with his ideas on immigration reform today in nevada, and there does appear to be a key difference between his notion and what you put on the table yesterday. have you called for a path to citizenship, only after verification that the borders are secure. the president does not seem to support that delay. he seems to want a path to citizenship much more quickly right away. how big of a difference is this? seems like a pretty big difference. >> it's a difference we can bridge. i was on a telephone conversation with the president and senator schumer sunday night. i think we have the same goals in mind, we share the same values, our approaches may be slightly different. the difference on the ground, we have to put together a bipartisan bill in the senate and the house, to send to the president it will look different than what i might right or the president might write. but it will reach the senate to make sure 11 million people living in america, have a path to legalization first and then to citizenship. >> senator durbin, brooke baldwin. m
opening up a gun park in nevada and we saw you fire a few shots to open up the occasion, and you have been so supportive of them, they have awarded you a b-grade on the supportive report card and la pierre championed you as a supporter of the second amendment, and we get it. but right now your country needs you to be a champion of the cause, and because right now at this moment, we want history to record that harry reid took a stand when the people were willing and ready to follow, harry reid led. sincerely, melissa. i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. sven gets great rewards for his small business! how does this thing work? oh, i like it! [ garth ] sven's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! woo-hoo!!! so that's ten security gators, right? put them on my spark card! why settle for less? testing hot tar... great businesses deserve great rewards! [ male announcer ] the spark
'll read them, alaska, florida, nevada, south dakota, texas, washington, and wyoming. on the map. these states have no income taxes at the state level. louisiana wants to become the eighth state and north carolina, may become the ninth state. even oklahoma, they, too, are considering getting rid of personal income taxes at the state level. >> peter: these are in states mostly where the republicans are in charge of the state house and the legislature. >> the last election left 27 states run by a single party -- sorry, 37 states. 25 of them are republican run. they want tax reform. so the states may be the laboratory of tax reform, which are not going to get to the federal level. >> peter: smart? >> the move is good. >> peter: we're going to watch at 9:00 o'clock. varney and company on the fox business channel. good to see you. >> thank you very much. >> peter: next on the rundown, a major airline running a scheme to avoid millions in taxes? the bombshell accusations. then they're the finest and happen to be the strongest. a group of new york city cops you'll ever meet, saving a ma
push for immigration changes and he'll go to nevada, a state where latinos make up more than a quarter of the state's population, and they voted more than two to one for the president last fall. it's also a state where illegal immigrants make up 7.2% of that state's population. the white house says the president will make the case to the public of the time is now to get these changes clue thou congress. the white house says the president will insist that any reform must end in a pathway to citizenship for illegals. but the spokesperson would not detail how that path to citizenship might or might not be linked to border security. >> the president believes that we need to move forward in a comprehensive way that includes a path to citizenship, that includes making sure that our businesses behave responsibly, that includes making sure that border security continues to be enhanced. >> bipartisan group in the senate laid out an immigration framework yesterday that the white house says looks very good to the president. and does include a path to citizenship, as well as increased border secur
working. nevada police department, st. andrew's church, san rafael police department and the point reyes sheriff substation. at each location, you can drop off guns between 11:00 this morning and 8:00 tonight. check that morning commute now with mike. how we looking? >> working at northbound up past the coliseum. both directions, an earlier crash on the southbound that has just cleared. the northbound side looks jammed, so does westbound. south of there in the opposite direction is the problem toward hayward. another crash moving to the shoulder and still slam jam. >> thank you very much. we'll have another local news update in about half an hour. enjoy your tuesday morning. ♪ ♪ i'm halfway to your heart ♪ you have to let me know ♪ so i don't make my worst mistake ♪ ♪ turn around and let you go [ female announcer ] when sweet and salty come together, the taste is irresistible. made with sweet, smooth peanut butter and salted, roasted peanuts. sweet and salty nut bars by nature valley. nature at its most delicious. tuesday morning, 15th day of january, 2013, as we say hi to so
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